NRCM Ad Concepts

Trying to use humor to grab attention and educate.  Medical information in ads, can and should be changed with advice from NRMC medical staff.    Seems like some brain storming with medical staff could yield more ideas regarding medical screening guidelines that people are unaware of, or more likely, willfully ignore.    Images are screen shots of stock photos, if you like the idea I could look for free stock images.  

3 Things No Guy Wants to Hear
  1. "Honey, the check engine light is on again..." 
     
  2. "I think you are going to look good bald..."
     
  3. "It's time for your prostate exam..." 
At Northern Rockies Medical Center we can help with #3, (psst...it's not that bad).  Here are some guidelines;
 
Men Age 45-49 should have a baseline PSA.  PSA is a basic blood screening;
  • If the PSA level is 3 ng / mL or higher, men should talk with their doctor about having a biopsy of the prostate.

  • If the PSA level is between 1 and 3 ng / mL, men should see their doctor for another PSA test every two to four years.

  • If the PSA level is less than 1 ng / mL, men should see their doctor for another PSA test between the ages of 51 and 55.

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3 Things No Woman Wants to Hear
  1. "You look tired..." 
     
  2. "So are you happy with that haircut?..."
     
  3. "It's time for your mammogram..." 
At Northern Rockies Medical Center we can help with #3, (psst...it's not that bad).  Here are some guidelines;
 
  • Women ages 40 to 44 should start annual breast cancer screening with mammograms. 
  • Women age 45 to 54 should get mammograms every year.

  • Women 55 and older should switch to mammograms every 2 years, or can continue yearly screening.

  • Screening should continue as long as a woman is in good health and is expected to live 10 more years or longer.

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3 Things Nobody Wants to Hear
  1. "Honey we need to talk..." 
     
  2. "How long has this check engine light been on?..."
     
  3. "It's time for your colonoscopy..." 
At Northern Rockies Medical Center we can help with #3, (psst...it's not that bad).  Here are some guidelines;
 
  • Everyone over age 50 should get a colonoscopy
  • If you have a first degree relative who had colon cancer you should get a screening  10 years before the age they were diagnosed, (example if your father was diagnosed with colon cancer at age 52 you should be screened by age 42)
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